On a couple of Mac and Linux machines, I have been using Unbound software for DNS caching. I like, and previously used, Dnsmasq (the Tomato default) for this purpose, but I find Unbound superior in several ways. Unbound is fast, uses low resources and does the complex, but increasingly necessary, DNSSEC validation (which will become more used with time, even among the non-paranoid!). It would be great to have Unbound running on my Asus RT-66U Tomato by Shibby (V102) router instead of on several client machines. With out restarting any silly arguments of the past, Dnscrypt which is available is a useful, additional software that can work to help prevent tampering with vital DNS accuracy in a different, but complementary way, to that of Unbound (i.e. DNSSEC). Together an Unbound-Dnscrypt solution would, to my mind, an excellent, appropriate & secure solution for many types routers, including the Tomato-types. (If anyone has successfully compiled Unbound for a MIPS2 router, please let me know!) What does the open source router community think and how much interest is there in this? Would it be a good idea to have Unbound pre-compiled in optware repositories (and elsewhere) to promote its' greater use?